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Compared to the medieval heart of Prague, this neighbourhood standing on former vineyards developed very quickly in the first decades of the 19th century. Today, it is the place where everyone wants to live, and those who do, are proud of it. With its amazing parks, classicist houses, terrace cafés, artsy bars, cozy restaurants, markets, and vintage and trendy shops, it is a home for people from all around the world. This area blends expats, families, bohemian students and Prague’s hip community. It is a great place for breakfast in the morning, the best lunch places and a buzzing night life. After sundown, stroll down to Vršovice, the new center of the hipster, alternative and gay scenes in Prague.
Points of Interest & Landmarks, Churches & Cathedrals
"lovely church, cool 'hood"
reviewed 2 weeks ago by LMOverby
St Ludmila's is a lovely church in the cool Vinohrady neighborhood of Prague. It dominates this section of town and makes an ideal reference point, since many streets radiate from the square where it is located. Easily reached by the 22 tram (among others), it is worth taking a few minutes to look inside at the colorful stained glass and...
"The location of this unusual church (the square) is quite nice"
reviewed 3 June 2018 by sharem57
The church is unusual and architecturally interesting to say the least. The city square in which it is located is fun and filled with people and life and surrounded by shops and cafes and small restaurants and stores of all types. It is really a great neighborhood which is fun to people-watch and grab a bite and a coffee ..or...
It is a nice building not far from the city center in a quiet Prague's zone called Vinohrady. Actually it is a kind of small commercial center with a supermarket on the basement. If you ate interested in architecture, worth a visit.
"Stunning collection of fossils and minerals - not to be missed"
reviewed 2 weeks ago by Gordon W
We can only agree with the others reviewers - this gallery is an absolute must for anyone interested in minerals and fossils.
The collection of over 3,000 specimens is organised by regions or countries including Bohemia, Slovakia, Russia, Europe, Asia, North and South America, Australia and Africa.
We spent over three hours there in late May, and could easily have...
we first went to blue wagon as they opened up 5 years ago -when we only had 1 year left in Prague, so we only went a few time . . . we liked it because aside from the excellent cuisine, they served Merotto Prosecco, which we think is excellent. This night I had Pistachio crusted Lamb Shank . ....
Our favorite restaurant in Prague! We went twice in three days!
Fabulous BBQ ribs and brisket, both were the most tender ever!
Great Mac and cheese, killer fried onion straws and sweet potato fries!
Must go here if you are in Prague!
££ - £££ • French, Steakhouse, European, Central European
"Worth the Trip"
reviewed yesterday by Pattycakes15
A little out of the way, had to take a taxi but so worth it. A charming French steak house and reasonable in price. My husband and daughter ordered different kinds of steak and loved it. I don't eat meat so I ordered the fish but found out that I am not a fan of fresh water fish. But the...
££ - £££ • International, Diner, European, Central European
reviewed yesterday by Pferrari67
Beautifully presented delicious food. We were two and asked for the 5 pieces chef's choice and after that, we added two more. All 7 selections were good. Very friendly staff and nice atmosphere. We will be back to try the desserts!
I can not say enough on how nice the staff was for my stay here. It was not just to me, I saw multiple interactions in various languages and everyone was treated with helpful courteous responses. The hotel itself is quietly elegant and classy. The rooms were immaculate and I loved the deep tub and spacious room.
The location is close to New York University in Prague where we brought a weekend course. The accommodation is excellent as is the service and breakfast. We plan to return if the opportunity again presents itself. It is quite handy to the Metro and other transportation as well.
On arrival we were greeted by Yanik who was very friendly and helpful in explaining the area.
Old Town is within 30 minutes walking distance but the train link is just a 5 minute walk.
Our room was on the third floor which we used a lift to gain access, lovely room, plenty of space, comfortable bed, nice big en...
It is a good and a quiet place with spacious rooms.
The most remarkable is the personal attention and the help for the people working in the hotel.
It is also important to remark that it is a bike friendly hotel.
"Lovely quiet comfortable hotel just out of the centre "
reviewed 1 week ago by Sarah A
Lovely quiet, comfortable hotel, in a nice residential area - away from the noise but an easy walk in, with restaurants/pubs a couple of blocks away. Excellent breakfast buffet with loads of choice (hot food, yogurts, fruit, cereal, pastries, breads, cold meats/cheeses), plenty for vegetarians and I believe they had gluten free bead too. The bedrooms are clean with everything...